EE Main 2020 Form Correction Window To Open Soon. Details Here

The JEE Main appliction form’ data correction facility is a onetime facility. NEW DELHI: JEE Main 2020 form correction facility will be open from October 14 to 20, 2019. The appliction form correction procedure can be done through the official website hosted by National Testing Agency or NTA, at jeemain.nta.nic.in. The registered candidates may visit the official website and verify their details entered for the first edition of JEE Main exam scheduled to be held in January next year. To make corrections, candidates will have to pay an additional fee online. The JEE…

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S Jaishankar Launches PhD Fellowship Programme For ASEAN Students At IITs

S Jaishankar launches PhD fellowship programme For ASEAN Students At IITs   New Delhi: A massive fully-funded PhD fellowship programme at IITs for students from ASEAN countries was on Monday launched by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, who hoped the platform will help in generating “new business ideas” and “exciting technological breakthroughs”. The programme billed as “the largest of its kind” will select 1,000 students in three phases. S Jaishankar inaugurated the programme at the Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan here and also launched a portal for receiving applications from students. The government…

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HRD Releases List Of 20 ‘Institutions Of Eminence’

The UGC has examined the list of 15 public and 15 private institutions, the education ministry said. New Delhi:  The University Grants Commission or UGC, the higher education regulator, has released a list of 20 institutes – 10 public and 10 private – which are recommended for Institutions of Eminence or IoE status. In case of the private institutions proposed as IoEs, there will be no financial support, but they will be entitled for more autonomy as a special category Deemed University. The UGC, it its 542nd meeting held today…

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AIIMS MBBS 2019: Seat Allotment Result Released For Second Round Counselling

AIIMS MBBS 2019: Counselling and seat allotment result for 2nd round is available now AIIMS MBBS 2019: AIIMS has released the result for 2nd Round of Online Seat Allocation / Counselling for AIIMS MBBS 2019 Course. The AIIMS MBBS allotment result is available on the official website. There are three Groups of candidates who have been allocated seat in the 2nd Round of Seat allocation/Online Counselling. The procedures are different for each Group. Students are advised to follow instructions specific to their respective group to complete the admission process. AIIMS…

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Lucknow’s Sanjay Gandhi Medical Institute Installs 1.1 MW of Solar

Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI) in Lucknow has installed 1.1 MW of solar projects which will help the institute save approximately ₹6 million (~$85,646.99) annually in energy expenditure. Out of the total capacity, 312 kW is a ground-mounted installation. The project is part of the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI)’s 500 MW program to install solar rooftops atop government buildings. Under the program, CleanMax Solar was awarded 19.5 MW of capacity across six states, out of which 4.5 MW was in Uttar Pradesh. The installation…

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Valeo partners top Indian institutes to tap innovation, make students industry-ready

Valeo’s new initiative looks to tap into engineering minds for innovative ideas that would help address emerging mobility needs. Also, through experiential learning opportunities and mentoring, the French supplier will also support them to become industry-ready professionals. Commenting on the programme, Ashok Belani, Group president and MD, Valeo India, said, “I am happy that we would be able to nurture bright young engineers and support them to become industry-ready professionals through direct exposure to Valeo’s latest international processes and technology and mentoring provided by our experts.” CoE at VIT, skilling at LICET,…

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AICTE Plans Tech-Tonic Shift; To Set Up Four Teacher Training Institutes To Upgrade Candidates’ Skills

All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) will be setting up four teacher training institutes to help candidates keep up with the latest developments in technical education, Financial Express has reported. Chairman of AICTE, Anil Dattatraya Sahasrabudhe, told the media about the plan on the sidelines of The National Conference on Indian Higher Education: Quality Assurance, Accreditation & Ranking. He added that motivated teachers, who will be conversant with fast-changing technology in the technical education sector, will be produced by the institutes. The academies will come up in Thiruvananthapuram, Jaipur, Guwahati and Baroda.…

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Institutes to face action for not returning fees if one withdraws admission

In a stern message to Higher Education Institutes, Minister of State for HRD Ministry Dr. Satyapal Singh on Wednesday said that institutions would face action for failing to return the fees in case a student withdraws his/her admission. “Any institution not returning fees in case of withdrawal of admission will have to face action,” Singh tweeted. The Minister said that institutions will no longer be allowed to exploit students. The move is being seen as a great relief to many students who are often at a disadvantage if they choose…

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Times World University Ranking 2019: Indian Institutes In The List

The Times World University Ranking 2019 list is out. On a positive note, 7 more Indian Universities have made it to the list in comparison to last year and new institutes have outranked the older ones, this year. Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has made it to the 251-300 rank band and is the highest ranked Indian University in the list. The list comprises of more than 1250 Universities from 86 countries worldwide. While the Universities ranked in the global top 10 have retained their position, Yale University is the only…

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Call to bridle fake naturopathy institutes

Association says unqualified people taking patients for a ride Go on a fast for two weeks at a stretch and get ‘qualified’ to be a naturopathy practitioner. Claims such as these are among those put out by scores of institutions offering naturopathy treatment that have sprung up in Kerala as there is no regulation to control them. The Indian Naturopathy and Yoga Graduates Medical Association has urged the State government to step in to check the activities of such institutes, especially in the wake of the arrest of self-styled naturopath…

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